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Brexit: Is the Show that Never Ends About to Enter Another Act?

Brexit: Is the Show that Never Ends About to Enter Another Act?

by Darren Williams
Nearly three years after the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), the deadline for Brexit is less than two weeks away and the British government is asking for more time. While it’s easy to be distracted by the ongoing chaos in Parliament, it’s important to maintain a steady focus on the underlying parameters of the debate and the range of possible outcomes. These have shifted less than might be imagined.

Brexit, Economics


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Is It Time for the Fed to Ditch the Dot Plot?

Is It Time for the Fed to Ditch the Dot Plot?

by Eric Winograd
The magnitude of recent market reactions to the Fed’s comments makes it clear that communication between the Fed and markets isn’t working: the market is too focused on the Fed—and not enough on the economy. One solution? The Fed should stop giving forward guidance about rates—and eliminate the “dot plot.”

Economics


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